Lunar and Planetary Laboratory | UA Science

Renu Malhotra

Louise Foucar Marshall Science Research Professor
Regents Professor of Planetary Sciences

Students

PhD advisees

  • Amaya Moro-Martin (PhD, 2004); currently Assistant Astronomer at Space Telescope Institute
  • Matthew Tiscareno (PhD, 2004); currently Senior Research Scientist at the SETI Institute
  • David Minton (PhD, 2009); currently Associate Professor at Purdue University
  • Kathryn Volk (PhD, 2013); currently Staff Scientist at The University of Arizona
  • Youngmin JeongAhn (PhD, 2015); currently Postdoctoral researcher, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, Daejeon, South Korea

Other student advisees/mentees

  • Ian Matheson (Aerospace Engineering, graduate student, 2019--)
  • Nathan Reiland (Aerospace Engineering, graduate student, 2019--)
  • Theodore Broeren (Applied Mathematics, graduate student, 2019)
  • Jelena Spegar (Astronomy and Mathematics, undergraduate student, 2018)
  • Hamish Hay (Planetary Sciences, graduate student, 2016-2020)
  • Rachel Smullen (Astronomy, graduate student, 2016--)
  • Michael Hammer (Astronomy, graduate student, 2018)
  • Adam Sutherland (Astronomy, graduate student, 2018)
  • Nathaniel Hendler (Planetary Sciences, graduate student, 2017-- )
  • Larissa Markwardt (Astronomy, graduate student, 2018-2019), University of Michigan
  • Nan Zhang (Aerospace Engineering, visiting undergraduate student, 2018), Tsinghua University, China
  • Po-yen Liu (Planetary Sciences, visiting graduate student, 2018), National Central University, Taiwan
  • Saverio Cambioni (Planetary Sciences, graduate student, 2017-2018)
  • Lei Lan (Aerospace Engineering, visiting graduate student, 2017-2018), Tsinghua University, China
  • Sonia Cornejo (undergraduate student from UNAM, 2015-2016), UA Latin American Summer Program
  • Xianyu Wang (Aerospace Engineering, visiting graduate student, 2015-2016), Tsinghua University, China
  • Timothy Rodigas (Astronomy, graduate student, 2012-2013)
  • Sarah Morrison (Planetary Sciences, graduate student, 2011-2014)
  • Brenae Bailey (Applied Mathematics graduate student, 2007-2009)